The fourteenth season of NCIS an American police procedural drama originally aired on CBS from September 20, 2016, through May 16, 2017.

NCIS (season 14)
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Season 14 U.S. DVD cover
Starring
Country of originUnited States
No. of episodes24
Release
Original networkCBS
Original releaseSeptember 20, 2016 (2016-09-20) –
May 16, 2017 (2017-05-16)
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List of NCIS episodes

NCIS revolves around a fictional team of special agents from the Naval Criminal Investigative Service, which conducts criminal investigations involving the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps. This season brought three new characters: Wilmer Valderrama as NCIS Special Agent Nicholas "Nick" Torres, formerly working with an undercover unit, Agent Alexandra "Alex" Quinn (Jennifer Esposito), and Clayton Reeves (Duane Henry), an MI6 Senior Officer and liaison to NCIS.

Cast and charactersEdit

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RecurringEdit

Guest appearancesEdit

EpisodesEdit

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateProd.
code
U.S. viewers
(millions)
3071"Rogue"Tony WharmbyGary Glasberg & Jennifer CorbettSeptember 20, 2016 (2016-09-20)140115.99[2]
After a car explodes, killing a Navy officer, the team discovers that the intended target was his wife—the sister to deep cover NCIS agent Nick Torres, who disappeared months earlier in Buenos Aires while investigating criminal businessman Leo Silva (a failed target in the past for Gibbs' mentor Mike Franks). Torres re-emerges after realizing his cover was blown by his sister coming to Argentina to search for him. Torres begs Gibbs to let him help close the case, as he knows that Silva wants him and his family dead. His only way of ensuring the safety of his sister and niece (and staying alive himself) is for Silva and his son to be safely removed from their power for a very long time. Meanwhile, Special Agent Quinn shadows the team to figure out the type of agent Gibbs is looking for. In the end, Torres and Quinn both join the team.
3082"Being Bad"James Whitmore Jr.Steven D. BinderSeptember 27, 2016 (2016-09-27)140215.52[3]
While investigating a death that took place at a reunion at Quantico, the team uncover a bomb plot which soon leads them to a long-running theft ring. Meanwhile, Torres and Quinn adjust to life as members of Gibbs' team which also includes new sitting arrangements.
3093"Privileged Information"Edward OrnelasGeorge Schenck & Frank CardeaOctober 4, 2016 (2016-10-04)140314.44[4]
As the team investigate a Marine Sergeant who fell from a building, Doctor Grace Confalone confides in Gibbs that he should treat it as a murder investigation while Torres' struggles to adapt to life outside of undercover get more complex as he searches for a place to live.
3104"Love Boat"Terrence O'HaraChristopher J. WaildOctober 11, 2016 (2016-10-11)140414.77[5]
The body of a Navy lieutenant is discovered on board a destroyer during a tiger cruise, where civilian guests are given the option of spending the night on the ship. Gibbs, Quinn and Palmer head to sea to investigate the circumstances behind the death while McGee thinks about the perfect proposal for Delilah.
3115"Philly"Allan ArkushScott WilliamsOctober 18, 2016 (2016-10-18)140514.76[6]
When a missing MI6 Officer is linked to a murdered petty officer, Gibbs sends Quinn and Bishop to Philadelphia to work with MI6 Officer Clayton Reeves (Duane Henry). Also, Quinn painfully recounts the NCIS case that made her leave field work.
3126"Shell Game"Thomas J. WrightBrendan FehilyOctober 25, 2016 (2016-10-25)140614.08[7]
After a kidnapped petty officer escapes her captor, NCIS uncovers a connection to her missing husband. Also, Abby knits the NCIS newbies personalized gifts.
3137"Home of the Brave"Alrick RileyGina Lucita MonrealNovember 15, 2016 (2016-11-15)140714.73[8]
Torres boldly breaks protocol when he learns a witness in an NCIS case is wanted by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Also, Abby, Bishop and McGee woo landlord Tony DiNozzo Sr. in the hope of subletting Tony’s apartment.
3148"Enemy Combatant"Tony WharmbyJennifer CorbettNovember 22, 2016 (2016-11-22)140914.86[9]
Bishop questions her previous work at the NSA when she's sent to Gitmo to collect evidence for a Navy chaplain murder case. In the meantime, her brothers visit for Thanksgiving and realize she's been secretly dating, so they invade NCIS to find out who of her coworkers is her new beau.
3159"Pay to Play"Arvin BrownCindi HemingwayDecember 6, 2016 (2016-12-06)140814.64[10]
The NCIS team investigates a series of escalating threats against Congresswoman Jenna Flemming (Mary Stuart Masterson), while Director Vance oversees temporary protection detail. Torres and Reeves start to butt egos, but quickly evolve into a true bromance.
31610"The Tie That Binds"Arvin BrownSteven D. BinderDecember 13, 2016 (2016-12-13)141114.74[11]
After NCIS links evidence from the murder of a Navy captain to Ducky's deceased mother, the chief medical examiner reflects on a key decision he made 37 years ago. Meanwhile, the team exchanges holiday gifts and Gibbs spends Christmas dinner with Fornell.
31711"Willoughby"Tony WharmbyGina Lucita MonrealJanuary 3, 2017 (2017-01-03)141215.79[12]
NCIS searches for new leads after an undercover operation to apprehend Chen, a businessman who uses acts of terror to manipulate the stock market is compromised. Also, Bishop and her boyfriend Qasim find a break in the case together, but Qasim is attacked by a gunman (presumably Chen), leading to him being pronounced brain-dead.
31812"Off the Grid"Rocky CarrollGeorge Schenck & Frank CardeaJanuary 17, 2017 (2017-01-17)141315.49[13]
Red flags are raised when, for the first time ever, Gibbs doesn't appear at work. Investigating his usual diner, the team discovers that after a chance encounter Gibbs has resumed an undercover operation to catch someone on the NCIS Most Wanted list.
31913"Keep Going"Terrence O'HaraTeleplay by : Scott Williams
Story by : Matthew R. Jarrett & Scott J. Jarrett
January 24, 2017 (2017-01-24)141016.21[14]
During an NCIS hit-and-run investigation of a Navy Captain, Palmer discovers his teenage son on the outside ledge of a building about to jump, and joins him in an attempt to save his life. As the team try to solve the case, Palmer tries to talk down the young man and reveals some secrets that nobody knew about him, including the fact that he passed the medical exam.
32014"Nonstop"Mark HorowitzBrendan FehilyFebruary 7, 2017 (2017-02-07)141415.57[15]
The murder of a Petty Officer in a small town outside D.C. prompts NCIS to once again work with "The Sherlocks", a privately funded investigative team that includes their newest member, Anthony DiNozzo, Sr.
32115"Pandora's Box (Part I)"Alrick RileyChristopher J. WaildFebruary 14, 2017 (2017-02-14)141615.29[16]

After Abby's homeland security think tank is compromised and she is found in possession of a real bomb, the NCIS team discovers the leader of the group has been murdered and a theoretical terror playbook has been stolen.

Note: This episode began a crossover with NCIS: New Orleans concluding with "Pandora's Box, Part II".
32216"A Many Splendored Thing"Michael ZinbergDavid J. North & Steven D. BinderFebruary 21, 2017 (2017-02-21)141514.87[17]
Bishop is more determined than ever to seek revenge for the murder of Qasim after Gibbs and the team find a new lead in the Chen case. Also, Torres teaches the agents the art of pickpocketing.
32317"What Lies Above"Leslie LibmanScott WilliamsMarch 7, 2017 (2017-03-07)141714.17[18]
McGee discovers his apartment has been torn apart by a robber trying to locate an item of great value hidden somewhere by the convicted criminal who previously owned the unit. Also, Congresswoman Flemming (Mary Stuart Masterson) tries to persuade Director Vance to pursue a career in politics.
32418"M.I.A."Thomas J. WrightJennifer CorbettMarch 14, 2017 (2017-03-14)141814.16[19]
To carry out a sailor's dying wish, Gibbs and the NCIS team reinvestigate a murder case that was originally ruled an accidental death. Also, the case reminds Torres of a tragic time from his past.
32519"The Wall"Bethany RooneyGina Lucita MonrealMarch 28, 2017 (2017-03-28)141914.35[20]
When a Marine is murdered at an event for the Honor Flight Network, a non-profit that arranges for veterans to visit the World War II, Korea and Vietnam War Memorials for free, the NCIS team must rely on an irritable Vietnam War veteran, Henry Rogers (Bruce McGill), to provide details on the victim's whereabouts throughout the day. Also, McGee and Bishop investigate a juicy rumor about Quinn and Torres.
32620"A Bowl of Cherries"Edward OrnelasBrendan FehilyApril 4, 2017 (2017-04-04)142013.83[21]
A vice admiral's (Bruce Boxleitner) laptop is infected with ransomware. Rather than pay the ransom, he infects McGee's and all of Team Gibbs' phones to force the NCIS team to track down the hacker before the computer virus eliminates their personal and professional files. Also, Alex takes time off to assist her mother, Marie Quinn (Mercedes Ruehl), after she receives a "911" text.
32721"One Book, Two Covers"Terrence O'HaraDavid J. NorthApril 18, 2017 (2017-04-18)142113.32[22]
The team relies on Torres's case notes and knowledge of a biker gang with which he once spent a year undercover when an officer's murder is linked to former members.
32822"Beastmaster"Bethany RooneyChristopher J. WaildMay 2, 2017 (2017-05-02)142212.88[23]
The murder of a Marine in Rock Creek Park leads the team to work with Park Police officer May Dawson (Elisabeth Röhm) on the case—and soon discover a link to the sale of African bushmeat. Meanwhile, the team has to go through pepper spray certification.
32923"Something Blue"James Whitmore Jr.Jennifer Corbett & Scott WilliamsMay 9, 2017 (2017-05-09)142313.39[24]
The stress of McGee and Delilah's (Margo Harshman) imminent wedding takes its toll, as Delilah is rushed to the hospital. Also, the NCIS team travels out to sea after a young and healthy petty officer aboard a Navy destroyer dies in his sleep.
33024"Rendezvous"Tony WharmbyGeorge Schenck & Frank Cardea & Steven D. BinderMay 16, 2017 (2017-05-16)142413.33[25]
When body parts of a dead Navy SEAL are found in Paraguay, Gibbs, McGee, and Torres travel there to find his colleague and figure out why they broke orders to go there. The episode ends with Gibbs and McGee left in Paraguay to face a group of rebels.

ProductionEdit

DevelopmentEdit

NCIS was renewed for a fourteen and fifteenth seasons on February 29, 2016.[26] During production of this season, NCIS showrunner Gary Glasberg died on September 28, 2016.[27] In November 2016, reported that executive producer George Schenck and Frank Cardea, would succeed Gary Glasberg as co-showrunner for season fourteen.[28][29]

CastingEdit

In April 4, 2016, Duane Henry, appeared as MI6 Officer Clayton Reeves in the final two episodes of thirteen season. Henry has been promoted to regular for the upcoming season fourteen.[30] Wilmer Valderrama joined cast as Nicholas Torres on June 16, 2016,[31] and Jennifer Esposito, on July 11, 2016.[32] In June 9, 2017, Deadline Hollywood and TV Guide reported that Jennifer Esposito would not return for the upcoming season fifteen.[33][34]

ReceptionEdit

RatingsEdit

No. Title Air date Rating/share
(18–49)
Viewers
(millions)
DVR
(18–49)
DVR viewers
(millions)
Total
(18–49)
Total viewers
(millions)
1 "Rogue" September 20, 2016 2.2/8 15.99[2] 0.9 4.24 3.1 20.23[35]
2 "Being Bad" September 27, 2016 2.1/8 15.52[3] 0.9 3.98 3.0 19.50[36]
3 "Privileged Information" October 4, 2016 1.9/7 14.44[4] 0.8 3.95 2.7 18.39[37]
4 "Love Boat" October 11, 2016 1.8/7 14.77[5] 0.8 3.78 2.6 18.55[38]
5 "Philly" October 18, 2016 1.8/7 14.76[6] 0.8 3.95 2.6 18.72[39]
6 "Shell Game" October 25, 2016 1.7/6 14.08[7] 0.8 3.67 2.5 17.75[40]
7 "Home of the Brave" November 15, 2016 1.7/6 14.73[8] 0.8 3.49 2.5 18.22[41]
8 "Enemy Combatant" November 22, 2016 1.9/6 14.86[9] 0.8 3.91 2.7 18.77[42]
9 "Pay to Play" December 6, 2016 1.8/7 14.64[10] 0.8 3.85 2.6 18.49[43]
10 "The Tie That Binds" December 13, 2016 1.7/6 14.74[11] 0.8 3.80 2.5 18.54[44]
11 "Willoughby" January 3, 2017 1.8/6 15.79[12] 0.7 3.60 2.5 19.45[45]
12 "Off the Grid" January 17, 2017 1.9/7 15.49[13] 0.7 3.32 2.6 18.82[46]
13 "Keep Going" January 24, 2017 1.9/7 16.21[14] 0.7 3.51 2.6 19.72[47]
14 "Nonstop" February 7, 2017 1.7/6 15.57[15] 0.7 3.70 2.4 19.27[48]
15 "Pandora's Box (Part I)" February 14, 2017 1.8/7 15.29[16] 0.7 3.83 2.5 19.12[49]
16 "A Many Splendored Thing" February 21, 2017 1.6/6 14.87[17] 0.7 3.46 2.3 18.33[50]
17 "What Lies Above" March 7, 2017 1.6/6 14.17[18] 0.7 3.68 2.3 17.85[51]
18 "M.I.A." March 14, 2017 1.5/6 14.16[19] 0.8 3.56 2.3 17.72[52]
19 "The Wall" March 28, 2017 1.6/6 14.35[20] 0.7 3.31 2.3 17.66[53]
20 "A Bowl of Cherries" April 4, 2017 1.6/6 13.83[21] 0.6 3.48 2.2 17.31[54]
21 "One Book, Two Covers" April 18, 2017 1.3/5 13.32[22] 0.8 3.74 2.1 17.06[55]
22 "Beastmaster" May 2, 2017 1.5/6 12.88[23] 0.7 3.74 2.2 16.62[56]
23 "Something Blue" May 9, 2017 1.4/6 13.39[24] 0.8 3.68 2.2 17.07[57]
24 "Rendezvous" May 16, 2017 1.5/7 13.33[25] 0.7 3.72 2.2 17.05[58]

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